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Ejercicios inglés básico

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Ejercicios inglés básico

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Ejercicios inglés básico, practiquemos con estos ejercicios de plurales y de adjetivos posesivos 

¿Cómo hacemos el plural en inglés? Muy fácil, ya verás.

  1. GENERAL RULE:  Noun + –s    Example: a table-  two tables
  2. Noun + es: cuando el noun acaba en ch, s, sh, o    Examples:  a watch – 3 watches   a glass   4 glasses  a potato   7 potatoes
  3. ies: cuando el noun acaba en consonante + y, se cambia la y por i y se añade es    Example:   a city – 2 cities

En cambio, si el noun acaba en vocal + y, simplemente añadimos -s   Example: a toy – 2 toys

Como siempre, hay irregulares!

man – men

woman – women

mouse – mice /mais/

child – children

person – people

A praticar con este ejercicio!

Write the plural.

  1. lemon ____________________
  2. bus ____________________
  3. peach ____________________
  4. cherry ____________________
  5. roof ____________________
  6. fox ____________________
  7. glass ____________________
  8. key ____________________
  9. piano ____________________
  10. potato ____________________
  11. ball ____________________
  12.  book ____________________
  13. baby ____________________
  14. lady ____________________
  15. radio ____________________

 

 

  1. woman ____________________
  2. toy ____________________
  3. policeman ___________________
  4. raspberry ____________________
  5. sandwich ____________________
  6. photo ____________________
  7. pen ____________________
  8. match ____________________
  9. book ____________________
  10. dish ____________________
  11. melon ____________________
  12. man ____________________
  13. city ____________________
  14. house ____________________
  15. apple ____________________

 

 

Write the words in the correct box.

 -s    
 -es    
 -ies    
 Irregular   

 

KEYS

  1. lemon _lemons______________
  1. bus ___ buses_________
  2. peach __peaches____________
  3. cherry __cherries_________
  4. roof ___roofs_________________
  5. fox ___foxes_________________
  6. glass ___glasses_____________
  7. key ___keys_________________
  8. piano __pianos______________
  9. potato __potatoes___________
  10. ball __balls__________________
  11.  book ___books______________
  12. baby __babies_________
  13. lady _ladies________
  14. radio __radios______

 

 

  1. woman __women__________
  2. toy _toys___________________
  3. policeman _policemen___________
  4. raspberry _raspberries___________
  5. sandwich __sandwiches________
  6. photo __photos____________
  7. pen __pens__________________
  8. match _matches___________
  9. book _books_______________
  10. dish __dishes________________
  11. melon ___melons_____________
  12. man __men________________
  13. city ___cities_________________
  14. house __houses______________
  15. apple _apples_________________

 

ADJETIVOS POSESIVOS

1. Replace the personal pronouns by possessive adjectives.

1. Joanie is (John and Nancy) ______ daughter.

2. Our names are Kathy and Robin. This is (Kathy and Robin) ______ mother.

3. Jeremy and Valerie are (Tim and Carey) ______ parents.

4. Tony is (Mary) ______ grandson.

5. My name is Annie. This is (Annie) ______ father.

6. (Alex) ______ name is Alex.

7. Peggy and Martin are (Kelly) ______ children.

8. Your name is Greg. They are (Grey) ______ parents.

2. Replace the subject pronouns by a possessive adjective.

1. My uncle’s name is Jack.

______ name is Jack.

2. Toby and Fran’s brother is in France.

______ brother is in France.

3. My mum’s car is a Seat.

______ car is a Seat.

4. My brother’s bicycle is blue.

______ bicycle is blue.

5. I’ve got my sister’s books.  * I’ve got: yo tengo

I’ve got ______ books.

6. Where are Paul and Nick’s books?

Where are ______ books?

3. Choose the correct words.

1. My / I name is Louise.

2. Her / She sister is my English teacher.

3. We /Our parents are from London.

4. Your / You are my best friend.

5. Their / They live in Australia.  * Live: vivir (verb)

6. He / His is interested in computers.

KEYS

Exercise 1 

1. their             2. our              3. their             4. her               5. my               6. his         7. her       8. his

Exercise 2

1. his   2. their             3. her               4. his               5. her               6. their

Exercise 3

1. my   2. her     3. our   4. you                5. they      6. he

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